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Here comes .Net Core 3.0

September 24, 2019

Via: InfoWorld

It’s hard to believe that .Net is nearly 18 years old; the first public release of the .Net Framework was in February 2002. Over the years it has become the foundation of much of Windows development, and with the release of .Net Core in 2014 and the formation of the .Net Foundation it has begun a move away from its proprietary roots to an open source development model that’s intended to be the basis of all .Net development.

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